1) Support Peterborough small businesses.
Founder Jessica Correa embarked on a journey in December 2015 to help people understand that all of our actions are connected. For a year, she has worked on this mission. As an alumni from the Masters of Arts in Sustainability Studies program at Trent University, Jessica has a keen interest in promoting sustainable behaviour.
Recyled Stix makes a variety of repurposed products – made from broken hockey sticks! This includes barbeque tools, snow brushes, ice scrapers, key chains, and USB sticks. Matt is a graduate from the Fleming College Sports Management Program and has followed his passion for hockey, the environment, and reducing waste. This brilliant repurposing method has helped divert composite material from landfill. Support his products by coming out to the event, where Matt will be selling some of his fantastic products!
2) #Greenspirational Information
So you want to be a Green-ionaire? We will test your knowledge with fun facts about hockey, impacts on the environment and some #green solutions!
3) Petes #Green Bios – What have the Petes been up to ?
See the Petes demonstrate community leadership first-hand. There will be player bios on some of the players and staff to hear about what they have been doing for the environment over the past three months. Videos will also be played of their #green acts and their reflection on the #green challenge and what they are planning moving forward.We have challenged the Peterborough Petes to Go #Green by committing as many Random Acts of Green as possible between now and March 16th…and beyond!!! We want the entire Petes team to demonstrate community leadership by adopting behaviour changes in our community. This includes the players, coaches, staff and trainers!!
4) #Green Contest
Fans tell us what they do daily to be more #green via Twitter and Instagram – encouraged to carpool to the game, walk, bike or bus.
5) Chuck-A-Puck Contest
Prizes to be determined!
6) Chance to receive an upcycled Random Acts of Green T-Shirt
The night of the event if caught by a volunteer recycling, with a travel mug, reusable bag, or reusable bottles, fans will be endorsed and thanked for their act of green, and have a chance to win a Random Act of Green t-shirt or by t-shirt cannon.
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